- Jody Tonga Diploma in Forest Management Kaingaroa timberlands’ kaitiaki o te ngahere scholarship winner.
- Waimaria Temara Certificate in Agriculture and Farm Maintenance When I finished school I didn’t really know what I wanted to do and I’m not from a farming background – but I thought I would give the farming course a try and found I really liked it.
- Adi-Losalini Cegumalua - Fiji Bachelor of Nursing I want to learn more modern ways so that one day I can share what I have learned with my peers in Fiji to help change things there. Coming to Rotorua has been a good decision.
We're interested in working with local industry and community organisations to explore opportunities for our capable students and graduates.
Work placements or industry projects
We want our students to qualify ready for the workplace and many courses require a work component (overseen by tutors). Students may also seek voluntary work to improve their chances of employment after graduating or simply need general paid part-time work.
It is a great opportunity to try out a potential future employee, or build a network of contacts as they go on to work elsewhere in your field. Students can offer knowledge, skills, labour and fresh ideas.
For more information contact
07 346 8790
Page last updated: 19 Oct 2017